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[AFM, §02-04-10]

  1. POF . . . TAXI / DU PRESET

  2. NOTE

    3D AMM is a tool to provide additional situational awareness during ground operations and should not be used as the sole reference of the airport environment during taxi.

  3. PARKING BRAKE . . . Off

  4. XPDR . . . ON

  5. EXTERIOR LIGHTS . . . As required

  6. CAUTION

    ABRUPT OR LARGE TILLER INPUTS AT GROUNDSPEEDS ABOVE 25 KNOTS SHOULD BE AVOIDED TO PREVENT OVERCONTROL. PEDAL STEERING IS THE RECOMMENDED MEANS FOR DIRECTIONAL CONTROL UNLESS CONDITIONS REQUIRE A SMALLER TURN RADIUS THAN THE PEDALS PROVIDE.

  7. Brakes / NWS . . . Check

  8. CAUTION

    CONSIDER LIMITING T/R USE IF TAXI SURFACE IS DEGRADED OR CONTAMINATED TO PREVENT AIRCRAFT DAMAGE.

  9. Thrust Reversers (1ST flight) . . . Check

  10. NOTE

    If a comparison of the pitch trim indications on DU3 and the Standby Flight Displays indicates a miscompare greater than 0.2, notify maintenance and do not dispatch.

  11. Trim (3) . . . Set for takeoff

  12. FLAPS . . . Set for takeoff

  13. CPCS Pressure Profile . . . Flight

  14. CAUTION

    WING ANTI-ICE SHALL BE SELECTED ON AT LEAST 3 MINUTES PRIOR TO SETTING TAKEOFF POWER. NORMAL SYSTEM OPERATION MUST BE VERIFIED PRIOR TO TAKEOFF.

    NOTE

    During WAI operations, temperatures as high as 150°F may be observed prior to the system establishing a steady wing temperature. The WAI system maintains 130°F ±10°F during steady state operations.

  15. CAI / WAI . . . As required

  16. AUTOBRAKE . . . As required

  17. RADAR Mode . . . WX

  18. Guidance Panel . . . Set / Check

  19. Glareshield Visors . . . As required

  20. Flight Observer Seat Position / Interior Doors . . . Check

  21. POF . . . TAKEOFF / DU PRESET

  22. Takeoff Briefing . . . Update / Perform

  23. PFD / SFD . . . Set for departure / Displayed

  24. VSPEEDS . . . Check

  25. The obvious: make sure V2 is posted on the guidance panel. The hidden secret: make note of VSE. If you lose an engine you will need to know what VSE is after you retract the flaps, and those numbers will disappear at 1,500' AGL.

  26. Flight Controls (Copilot Sidestick) . . . Check

  27. APU BLEED AIR . . . OFF

References

Gulfstream GVII-G500 Airplane Flight Manual, Revision 1, August 31, 2018

Gulfstream GVII-G500 Production Aircraft Systems, Revision 1, Oct 1, 2018

Revision: 20190603
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